This month’s photo from the garden is Pulsatilla vulgaris, unfortunately we don’t know which variety it is!
This Viburnum is one of the plants left over from Potager’s history as a nursery. It has such an amazing scent, it seems we all stop to appreciate it every time we walk past. Unfortunately, its label is long gone, so we don’t know which variety it is. It needs a little TLC as it […]
One of my favourite spots in the garden is this simple planting of snowdrops, hellebores and Ophiopogon planiscapus ‘Nigrescens’. Though quite a common garden plant, it is one of my favourites and I love the way it contrasts with the bright green foliage near it.
Vinca minor ‘Double Bowles’
Dactylorhiza fuchsii var. cornubiensis